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    Yogi Adityanath to do 18-20 rallies in Bihar, JD (U) candidates also want his rallies

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    Adityanath will begin his campaign from October 20 and will do rallies in Kaimur, Rohtas, and Arwal. He will travel to Bihar again on October 21 and will do rallies in Aurangabad, Bhojpur, and Paliganj seat in Patna. The UP CM is slated to visit Bihar on four more days to do three to four rallies on each day.

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    CM Yogi has been a prolific campaigner for the BJP in other states during assembly elections and even the Lok Sabha elections.
    NEW DELHI: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath is also entering the Bihar election campaign from next week and could do 18 to 20 rallies in the state with even some JD (U) candidates seeking his presence, UP government officials told ET.

    Adityanath will begin his campaign from October 20 and will do rallies in Kaimur, Rohtas, and Arwal. He will travel to Bihar again on October 21 and will do rallies in Aurangabad, Bhojpur, and Paliganj seat in Patna. The UP CM is slated to visit Bihar on four more days to do three to four rallies on each day. "After PM Narendra Modi, CM Yogi is most in demand for campaigning amongst candidates Bihar. Some JD (U) candidates have requested that if CM Yogi can come and campaign in their constituency if PM Modi's rally is not getting slotted there. Many BJP candidates are seeking the CM’s presence,” the UP officials said.

    CM Yogi has been a prolific campaigner for the BJP in other states during assembly elections and even the Lok Sabha elections. BJP is hoping for a nationalistic pitch being raised in their favour with Yogi’s presence and he is expected to strongly raise the Ayodhya Ram Temple issue and India’s strong approach on the China and Pakistan borders. Adityanath is the only BJP CM included in the first list of star campaigners by the party so far.
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    2 Comments on this Story

    pinniti srinivas41 days ago
    THIS MAN WHERE EVER HE GOES BJP WILL LOOSE AS IT HAPPENED IN THE PAST. WHAT DID HE DO TO HIS STATE DURING HIS TENURE ECEPT LAW LESSNESS,, EVERY DAY WE SEE ONLY BAD NEWS FROM UP AND HE THINKS HE CAN GET VOTS BJP TOO THINKS PLAYING CASTE POLITICS WILL GET THEM VOTES YES AS IN INDIA THERE IS NO PARTY AT PRESENT THEY MIGH WIN BUT THEY NEED TO INTROSPECT WHAT DID THEY DO TILL NOW .
    Jothi Narayanan41 days ago
    The Yogis who entered the public life and manifest themselves as leaders of 24 X 7 in India are highly
    indispensable to the society in the critical period of the pandemic.
    Yesterday,I have high lighted in one of my comments
    that PM,Modiji and opposition leaders could have collectively decided to postpone all state election
    to 2024.
    In the past five years, we have lost Dr.Kalam,
    Mr.Pranab Mukherjee, Mr.Jaitley and Mrs.Sushmaji.
    VP,Mr.Venkaiah Naidu and Mr.Gullam Nabi Azad reported Covid positive.
    Still the puzzle of the spikes of the Sars Covid-2 virus hasn't been solely explored and its enigmatic behavior is evasive to the experts in epidemiology.
    My request to the leaders of all political parties to conduct the forthcoming state and bye-elections with parliament election in 2024 in a pandemic free atmosphere.
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